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    Assassin's Creed Odyssey

    Oh, yes, I do. But I just didn't check it this time. I just moved on with the main quest since I wanted to see what would happen.
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    Assassin's Creed Odyssey

    Yeah, but even the noticeboard missions are 15+ and the rest just random world stuff like explore all caves or naval missions. I think I may have to visit another island and hopefully there will be some proper side quests. It's too bad they have designed the game like this, pushing me to spend on the xp boost. After spending some hours with it today it came back to me how much better this feels than Origins. Everything seems more fluid and fun. It's a little jarring graphics wise returning to this after RDR2, but it's a great looking game. That Alexios though, man, he is really badly written and acted compared to my marvelous Kassandra.
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    Assassin's Creed Odyssey

    They are still too hard. I was hoping there would be some villages with missions around Athens, with some stories, but there are none to be found. I have been going to all the ? and I found one mission but nothing more. I'm almost level 14 with all my items at legendary, so maybe I can try? Now that I checked my previous areas it looks like that I have done almost everything actually, so this feels quite weird. My point is that I don't feel like doing stuff randomly just to level up to continue what I want to do, but there's no other choice at the moment. By the way, Athens is a marvel, especially Acropolis. The layout is exactly like it is today, well, what remains of it. Astonishing work from the artists.
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    Assassin's Creed Odyssey

    Really? Have they changed that? Because until now even one level difference can be frustrating. Will try and see.
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    Assassin's Creed Odyssey

    Hm. I came back to this after an RDR2 break and I just arrived to Athens. I have been doing all the side missions that have a story as well but not much else. Now, I am level 13 and my quest is level 15. There is nothing on my level at the moment though except collecting stuff for crafting, random world things like finding all the caves or naval grind missions which I am not a fan. Every other mission on the board is lvl 15 an up, while the cult assassinations start on lvl 17 if I remember correctly. I can't really continue the main story. Am I forced to just run around looking for quests to do? There are none in Athens. Demosthenes has given me a mission to assassinate Spartan leaders which makes little sense to me, well, because I am Spartan and Kassandra is really nice generally. But I guess I have to do them anyway in order to get some exp. All the forts around Athens are lvl 16 though, so I can't do them either. So my only option at the moment is leaving again and going to another island?
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    Red Dead Redemption 2

    This sums up pretty nicely my feelings about the game. An incredible game through and through with some negatives along the way. My main fear was that the main missions would be uninteresting with all the shooting, but they had some nice surprises and change of pace in them, while the story kept things moving nicely. The epilogue is also amazing, connecting the two games in emotional ways. The general feel and immersion of the camp and the gang's members is simply without equal.
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    Sony Is Not Attending E3 In 2019 (E3 2019 is Cancelled)

    What does that even mean? Which event is for the mass market?
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    Red Dead Redemption 2

    These kind of things happen even after the end, like the world keeps going as normal and you are just a small part of it. What an amazing achievement.
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    Red Dead Redemption 2

    I don't know where to start with this. They belong in different genres. One is an RPG, the other is an action game. Their open worlds have been built completely different. You can't generalize just because you want to invent a negative. You must compare the game to the other games of its genre because they aim for the same things. How much sense would it make for me to compare Skyrim to Just Cause and call Skyrim's world skin deep because there's no environmental destruction? But since I mentioned it, Skyrim's world is as skin deep as they come. Compared to world and NPC reaction, level of detail and general immersion it can't even begin to compare to RDR2. They belong to different dimensions completely. Last but not least, I hope you will soon feel better.
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    Red Dead Redemption 2

    So, then, like any other action open world game ever made. It feels like you are trying to stage this as a negative while also making a completely illogical comparison to an sandbox rpg?
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    Red Dead Redemption 2

    Clearly you don't know him very well.
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    Assassin's Creed Odyssey

    Yeah, I'm only planning to do those. As for W3, it didn't have that issue. You had to do a previous main quest in order to reach Novigrad. You weren't forced to do side quests or grind bandit camps just to level up.
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    Red Dead Redemption 2

    You are not pissing off anyone. We just want to help you enjoy the game. It's not perfect and it has its issues, but lack of content is really not one of them in my opinion (although I understand how you can feel that if you don't like some of its systems or the slow pace). If you are expecting content like an AC game though you will be disappointed. Compared to Odyssey is more empty and much less signposted.
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    Red Dead Redemption 2

    Even after the incredible epilogue the game keeps on giving. I have a couple of side quests up in the north and some new bounties. I also plan to finally track some legendary animals in a lengthy trip in the wild. The way Rockstar shapes the story and connects it to the first game is incredible. So much care to these characters and knowing what happens in RDR makes all this even more emotional. Arthur is one hell of a character. Also, I just arrived at Armadillo, late at night. The journey gave me the chills, exactly as I remember it from the first game. When I arrived, immediately the shit hit the fan. What a world.
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    Red Dead Redemption 2

    Was being sarcastic. Of course it's there. I hope he finds it.
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